Story and Art. Over time, and across different groups of practitioners and theorists, the terms ‘story’ and ‘art’ have ranged
in relationship from the nearly synonymous to emphatically separate. At one point in Western art history, representational
storytelling was the most aspirational mission of painting. Armed only with canvas, brushes, and paint, artists sought to
portray the grand drama of human existence. Today, the artist’s toolbox has expanded to include not only pigment and surface,
but also digital possibilities, extending expressive realms in ways that have encouraged a myriad of transformation, as well as continuation, in creative practice.

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